How to Clean Your Oven Without Harsh Chemicals
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Wipe Out the Wet Paste
Next take a damp sponge and wipe out all the wet paste. You will likely need a few passes with a clean sponge to get all the residue, but you might be surprised by how much brown gunk was living in your oven. For especially tough spots on the oven, a scrub brush and steel wool can help to break them up. Just be careful not to scratch the oven’s finish.
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Do a Final Pass
Lastly, take a final pass with a clean, wet sponge to pick up any remaining residue and your oven should be sparkling! You can let air dry with the door open, or close and heat the oven to 200 for about 15 minutes to air out any vinegar smell.
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